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Namo

Feb 5, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Hand rolls star at this handsome Uptown sushi bar.

Sing

Feb 4, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Promising new Heights spot featuring Singaporean cuisine.

Kulture

Feb 4, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Upmarket Southern cuisine in a dramatic downtown setting.

Jack’s Kitchen

Jan 29, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Nestled in the old Lakewood neighborhood, this intimate spot offers comforting food and friendly service.

Snooze

Jan 23, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Brunch is an all-day party, with cocktails and sweets to spare.

Al Campo

Jan 4, 2019 By Texas Monthly

Flavors from Chile and Argentina and wine from everywhere, in a garden setting.

Ceviche Ceviche

Dec 11, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Perhaps taking a card from the popularity of Hawaiian poke cafes, this new ceviche-centric spot is an order-at-the-counter, make-your-own-mix kind of place but with San Antonio’s next-to-Mex accents. We found the mildly marinated fish very fresh, the dining room minimalist, and the line to order long, even on an early…

Vidorra

Dec 10, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Skyline view upstairs, pretty patio below—and the food is up and down too.

Mama Tried

Dec 10, 2018 By Texas Monthly

An unexpected honky-tonk in Deep Ellum, serving up country music and Texas home cooking.

Strada

Nov 12, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Ample quantities of cafe fare served by a pleasant staff.

Sakura

Nov 12, 2018 By Texas Monthly

An understated spot for a wide-ranging selection of sushi, ramen, and hibachi dishes.

Taco Heads

Nov 12, 2018 By Texas Monthly

The tacos are good, and so is the atmosphere at this hip Henderson spot.

Il Forno

Nov 4, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Serving camaraderie and hand-crafted pizzas in equal measure.

The Spot

Nov 4, 2018 By Texas Monthly

A knockout Gulf view plus burgers, po’boys, and massive platters of seafood.

Salsas

Nov 2, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Mariachis, margaritas, and Mexican food on the Seawall.

Fish & Fizz

Oct 9, 2018 By Texas Monthly

Cornwall invades Richardson with authentic fish and chips and bangers and mash.